2013 Movies: The 10 Riskiest Box Office Bets

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Hollywood would like for all their films to succeed both financially and critically, but the harsh reality is few films make it into the black. Some films are such risky prospects that we often wonder why the studios chose to invest so much money in them; example: in 2012 Disney invested $250 million in John Carter but the film only earned $73 million domestically - high risk, low reward.

We ran down the list of over 130 movies releasing in 2013 and picked ten that we thought are the Riskiest Box Office Bets of 2013. These are not films we think are going to fail, just ones we think have the most to overcome in order to be successful.

The list is in chronological order of release date, and along with the estimated budgets of each film, we've broken down our reasons for placing it on this list.

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